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6:00 pm

TAPPY release party with Nou

July 3 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch Street
Portland, OR 97209
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We are excited to host a book release party and art exhibit with NOU for her new book TAPPY. The book signing will be followed by a live performance by her rap duo YS. In Tappy, rumination on love, loneliness, and loss are spoken in dialogue between characters from children’s cartoons, taken from early Walt Disney and Ralph Bakshi character designs. Addressing existentialism and solitude through the mouths of nostalgic cartoon characters, Portland based artist Nou juxtaposes the ease of existing in a happier time while confronting the inevitable malaise that plagues adult life. 2-color Risograph printed booklet in Red and Yellow. Saddle stitched, 48 pages. Co-published by Cold Cube Press and dd00gg. WHO: Nou, YS WHAT: Tappy book release and art exhibit; YS live performance…

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7:30 pm

Oregon Wine: A Deep-Rooted History

July 3 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Powell’s City of Books, 1005 W Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97209
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Free

The history of winemaking in Oregon is steeped in legends so well-known they've become gospel, but reality is even more fascinating. In Scott Stursa’s Oregon Wine: A Deep-Rooted History (History Press), discover the truth about who opened the state's first commercial winery and the real origin of Willamette Valley's famed Pinot Noir. Learn about Portland's daring Italian Americans, who kept home wineries during Prohibition, and the flourishing agriculture that contributed to the popularity of fruit wine. From the 19th-century winemakers through the modern industry that now includes more than 700 wineries, places like HillCrest and The Eyrie have been serving Oregonians for a half century. Uncover the forgotten roots of Oregon wine and raise a glass to its prosperous future.

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